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Confused w/scope options

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Unread 04-23-2008, 12:39 AM
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Confused w/scope options

Im trying to match a new scope to my weatherby mark v in 300Weatherby mag. I here you all talk about Nightforce, Leupold m 4, Schmidt & Bender and how about Hollands ART . I am super confused and want to make the right choice inoder to make those 1000yd shots!!!

P.S. I know it takes alot of shooting and practice but i would like a scope that is not to complicated to learn (if this is possible)?

Thankyou in advance for your great help and expert advice

Efrain Garcia
Nogales, AZ
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    Unread 04-24-2008, 05:15 AM
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    Any of the scope you have listed will work , the best of the bunch is probably the Nightforce , the Shmidt&Bender has better glas but its twice the cost.

    Your better off getting a scope that you can dial in the range rather than try to hold over.
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